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Question 1: ________ was the name of the whole Iberian Peninsula.
GallaeciaLusitaniaRoman BritainHispania

Question 2: provinciae) was the basic, and until the ________ (circa 296), largest territorial and administrative unit of the empire's territorial possessions outside of Italy.
Western Roman EmpireRoman EmperorAncient RomeTetrarchy

Question 3: in what is now northern ________ roughly the part north of the Loire (called after the capital Lugdunum, modern Lyon)
ItalyUnited KingdomCanadaFrance

Question 4: 74 BC - ________, propraetorial province (senatorial from 27 BC)
BithyniaPhrygiaGalatiaCappadocia

Question 5: 64 BC - ________ et Cyprus, propraetorial province (senatorial from 27 BC)
GalatiaPontusCiliciaPhrygia

Question 6: Constantine also created a second capital, Nova Roma, known after him as ________, which became the permanent seat of the Eastern government.
Byzantine navyConstantinopleHagia SophiaByzantine Empire

Question 7: In Italy itself, Rome ceased to be the imperial residence, Mediolanum (________) and later Ravenna being favoured by the emperors.
MilanParabiagoMagenta, ItalyCorbetta, Italy

Question 8: Normally, the provinces where more trouble was expected — either from barbaric invasions or internal rebellions — were given to active or former consuls, men of the greatest prestige and experience, while the rest given to ________ and propraetors.
Ancient RomeRoman RepublicRoman EmperorPraetor

Question 9: Only the proconsuls and the ________ of Rome (and later Constantinople) were exempt from this, and were directly subordinated to the tetrarchs.
Byzantine SenatePraefectus urbiByzantine aristocracy and bureaucracyByzantine Empire

Question 10: ________ was named after the Siculi) and history of piracy.
SicilySardiniaItalyCampania
















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